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Campus Safety Report (11/9/2020) - The Gustavian Weekly

By The Weekly Staff | November 6, 2020 | Campus safety report

Monday, October 26th

  • Campus Safety responded to a suspicious incident in Sorenson Hall.
  • A student reported damage to their vehicle that was parked in the Norelius parking lot sometime between Friday, October 23 at 1630 hours and Monday, October 26 at 1330 hours.
  • A student reported that their car had been keyed while parked in Norelius parking lot.

Tuesday, October 27th

  • A student reported that another student had made a verbal comment towards them and spit at them.
  • Campus Safety took a report of vehicle damage in the Sohre parking lot.
  • A CF reported two residences, in Pittman Hall, not following the quiet hours.

Wednesday, October 28th

  • A resident from Norelius Hall reported being harassed on Monday, October 26, 2020 at 1730 hours.

Thursday, October 29th

  • Two CFs were doing rounds when they found six residences in Norelius Hall not following the Covid policies (wearing masks and social distancing).

Friday, October 30th

  • An AC reported a window screen had been removed from a room in North Hall.
  • An AC received a report of an unauthorized off-campus guest in Southwest Hall.
  • Campus Safety received a fire alarm prompt over radio from International Center. Alarm caused by burnt food.
  • Campus Safety received a call from CF’s in Pittman Hall, stating that a room was engaging in under age alcohol consumption. One student referred to the campus conduct system. AC on call was contacted per protocol.

Saturday, October 31st

  • A parent contacted Campus Safety and asked for a welfare check of a student in North Hall .
  • Sunday, November 1st
  • A student in Southwest contacted Campus Safety to report tools that were stolen out of the truck earlier that day.
  • Campus Safety received a call of a student entering the wrong room in North Hall.
  • Campus Safety received a fire alarm prompt over radio from the Walker House. Alarm caused by burnt food.

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